Posts Tagged ‘women’s health’

“Generations of Strength” Award from the National Osteoporosis Foundation

Monday, July 16th, 2012

I am thrilled that the National Osteoporosis Foundation has chosen to recognize me as a leading voice of positive and healthy aging with the “Generations of Strength” Award, which will be give to  me at the NOF annual “A Gift From Mothers to Daughters” luncheon on September 24th. (more…)

Read the Report: Women, Health, Aging and Money

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

It seems we’re living in a country that penalizes women for:

  • Taking time out of their own lives and careers to care for others
  • Getting older
  • Living longer than men

According to a new study just published by OWL (Older Women’s League National Board), women over 50 are in dire straits. (more…)

Would You Use Crisco On Your Face??

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Your kitchen is a veritable treasure trove of health and beauty staples. Have some plain yogurt with a “sell date” that was two weeks ago? Don’t throw it out! It’s the perfect treatment for a common skin condition. Is there an extra sprig or two of parsley leftover from your stew recipe? Chew on a few leaves to handle a social faux pas. These items are probably in your home already … so why not use them for better health and beauty without spending any extra money? (more…)

Move Your Body!!!

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Washington Post writer Esther Cepeda interviewed me last week for this article about women and fitness.  The real question she had was this:

Why are Americans so out-of-shape? (more…)

Aging With Health, Beauty and Peace of Mind

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011

It’s human nature to always be ready to jump on the next “new thing” . . . whether it’s a diet that everyone is raving about, an exercise program that promises to get rid of cellulite or (finally!) the skin cream that will erase wrinkles as soon as you spot them. If something seems too good to be true, it’s usually not. (more…)

A Taste of Summer

Monday, July 4th, 2011

I first had this fantastically easy-to-prepare, healthy, beautiful-to-look-at, and simply yummy dish in Israel last year. Why it took me so long to discover, I don’t know. But now, it is a regular part of my life. Every spoonful is like a taste of summer . . . slightly sweet and tangy. (more…)